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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 February 1861

NOTICE TO COERESPONDENTS. We regret to be obliged to defer till next week, the com. municationof our esteemed correspondent 'Ponderer,' its length and the lateness of its arrival precluding the potai bility of its insertion in this.. issue. ? ' SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1861. M tft*»tfR UNDETECTED.

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 February 1861

SHIPPING. ' ARRIVALS. Feb. 0. — Squaw, brig, I Go, Moulton, from Melbourne. , AtreYidi, barque, 457, Bond, from Adelaide. Athene, **»? barque, 068, Cockrane, from Sydney. Peb. 10.— Lodkett, ship, 577, Topliam, from Melbourne. Feb. 12.— General Jeisup, barque, 194, Newman, from .Sydney. Highland Lassie, brig, 179, M'Kellar, from Mel bourne. 'Lncbinvar, brig, 169, from Melbourne. Ashmore, barque, 473, Willcott, from Sydney, Feb. 13.— Athol, nchooner, 215, Brown, froth 'Adelaide. Feb. H. — Yarra Yarra, and Grafton, steamers, from Sydney. . ' DEPARTURES. Feb. 9.— William Watson, barque, Pendleton, for Mel.' bourne, with 515 tons. coal. Ann and Jane, barque, Smith, for Adelaide, with 420 tons coal. Wave, brig, Ilossiter, for Melbourne, with 272 ton&f oal. BellaViita, barque, Groves, for Melbourne, with 220 fins -5al. Jane, schooner, Gre gory, for Gcelong, with 184 tons coal. Vibilia, schooner, WilU.Yor'Geolon*,- v/i(h 1C0 tons coal. Mandarin, barque, Sinclair, 'tor. Adelaide, wif...

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DISCOVERY OF HUMAN REMAINS AT LONG BEACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 February 1861

DISCOVERY OF HUMAN REMAINS AT LONG BEACH. On Monday last, a coroner's enquiry tock place at the Maitland Hotel, in this city, concerning some human re- mains discovered on the Long Beach, near Stockton, the day previous.   From the evidence of Robert Gray, a fisherman, resident at Stockton, it appears that, whilst he was walking along the beach on Sunday evening, he saw something in the water which appeared to him like a piece of wreck, but, on coming nearer to it, he observed it was the remains of a human body. Gray then went into the water and drew the remains ashore, and found it to be the headless trunk of a man, upon one of whose feet a boot still remained, and a stocking on the other, with a pair of red drawers on the lower part of tie body, buttoned round the waist. The spot where he discovered the remains first is about two miles from Stockton, in the direction of Port Stephens, and at a short distance from him at the time was another man, whom he called to his ...

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COLONIAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 February 1861

COLONIAL SUMMARY. On Thursday week the great inter-colonial cricket match commenced in the Sidney Government Do-, main, in the presence of an immense concourse of spectators. The contest, which occupied the greater part of three days (Thursday, Friday, andSnturday), was maintained with equal spirit and varying suc cess. The bowling of the Victorians is said to have been snlendid. whilst the batting- of the Svdneyites ; is, on the contrary, represented as anything but what it ought to have' been. On the termination of tho match, the Victorians were declared the victors by amajo.ity of 21. A sumptuous entertainment was subsequently partaken of at the. Exchange, the room being decorated for th? occasion by Mr. Walker, of No. 2 Voliuitfer Fire Brigade. In the course of the evening three or four gentlemen left the table, under the pretext of the proceedings having assumed too much of a political character. The same evening the House of Parliament was ' counted out'— the num ber of member...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 February 1861

The Wai.lsf.nd Company.— From an advertisement elsewhere inserted, it will be seen thnt the Wallsend Com pany has determined to issue tickets to passengers using their line to and from Newcastle. The regulation takes effect from and after the 1st, proximo, and will, doubtless, be extensively availed of, and looked upon as a'grcat im urovement. ? The Newcastle Municipal Council.— In the Le gislative Assembly, on Thursday last,- Mr. Weekes, in tinswer to Mr. Hannell, stated that the enduwmont to New castle had not been paid owing to an informality in the ticcounts. Coroner's Inquest.— On Thursday, the 2lst instant, an inquest was held at the Mnitland Hotel, before K. C. Knaggs, Esq., coronor, on view (if the body of Tlios.fr wm, a coloured man, who died suddenly the day previous. From tho evidence it appeared that, a little before Christ mas last, deceased caught a severe cold whilst working on boardship, nnd became at length so ill ns to be sent to the hospital, at the recommendation...

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Newcastle Police. (Before Mr. Scott, P.M. and Mr. Keene, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 February 1861

tlcmcantU JJoltcc. SATURDAY. (oefor» Mr. Scott, P.M.. and Mr. Keono. J.IM rjwn Winters, stonemason, was again brought up, and gwmnded for further evidence, on n charge of stealing FUDillpn, seaman on board the Athol, was brought ft'l»irrint, charged with wilful disobedience of lawful pwwon board the abovo vessel, and was sent to Mait. BpHWlh hard labour for * weeks. IWck, a Malay (teaman, was charged, on warrant, tjTlus usoq threats towards another seaman iminca FWi.of the same country, and with Uking a knife, on «nu Nornai an(1 Wl13 SCI1' l'or 2 months to Mait pnitopher Fagan was fined 5s., for keeping swine within p««ofa public thoroughfare. !„. a. MONDAY. fcilfi ? wC*' Scott' PM' Bnd Mr- Soaver. J.P.) K,m 'UJrtcrj, was again placed beforo the court on jMWof ittaling silver plate, the property of Arthur »%, and finally committed to take his trial at Ka*111''1 t0 bo-hold inMaitland, on the llth |jllStM?i miner, was brought up, on warrant, charged ?,,,5Sc|'n'naiUed'an aggravated, as...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 February 1861

Jt the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. i-A letter having appeareu in jour '«« '«»:»?( =- ?mler the signature of ' Plain Fact,' permit me the public right upon several points in winch it is Bjrfteiitly the intention of the writer to mislead the Eecttoir I am accused, it appears, of furnishing an m report of the proceedings iu the late case of ?'ft « tne Municipal Council ;?' and let me ask by fr'. ir.. i.« -i.nio trim oortainlv had tho must reason wet to tne suppressiuu oi u Knit utm «» *-. i'b-''-, Tin the opinion of every unprejudiced mind, lent a kcolouring to the plaintiff's case— no ; but the accu. Uuit indeed usual in sucli cases)— appears to pro nlher from the very party who had surely the best igfeel satisfied with the report. After the experience S» a quarter of a century, I can hardly be accused litjif I assert, that my reports are not likely to be a ta correct than are the 'plans, levels, and surveys' hed by any official gentleman. I am taxed, it ap. with 'carefully exc...

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THE GOLD FIELDS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 February 1861

THE GOLD FIELDS OF NEW SOUTH - WALES. [by an old digoeb.] Setting out in a day or two from thence, I again took the road for Bathursr, camping in the course of my journey, one night, with a rmn who was just re turning with his wife and children from ' KianJra.' Like hundreds of others, he had been most miserably disappointed 'And Bfler all,' he observed, 'it serves me right.' Hb then proceeded to inform me, that he had. for the Ions aoace of five veais. resided on the ' Turon,' and thut, for the whole of that time, 1h believed his individual earnings to have equalled from four to five pounds per week. He could not, however, rest contented without making one in the ' great rush,' ' and the consi quencc,' he continued, ' is that I am now about £100 worse for the trip. I have still, however, a good house to go to, and about fifty acres of land ; the horse and cart you see arc my own — and, if it please God, it shall take a great deal to persuade me to again quit the Turon in a hurry.' ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 February 1861

Wksleyan Tea Meeting.— On Monday evening last, a public tea meeting was held by the Wesleyans of the city, in a largo room 'fit Honeysuckle Point. Though the day had been very hot, and the early part of the evening was by no means inviting, a very numerous company as sembled. 12 tables, loaded with a variety of good things, and waited upon by a number of the ladies of the congrega tion, were soon surrounded by the visitors, in all, perhaps, 250 persons. After the company had done justice to the kindness of the ladv urovidors. the tables were removed, and the scats arranged for the after meeting. The number had, by this time, so increased that it was not possible to accomodatc all ; many stood in the door way, and others sat in the open air, healing through the windows. The superintendent of the circuit, the Rev. Mr. Turner, gave out a hymn, which was heartily sung, and the Rev. Mr. Dean prayed. On the announcement of Mr. Turner, the chair was then taken by Mr. Winshep of the A. A. C...

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THE ELECTORAL LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 February 1861

THE ELECTORAL LIST. The collcotor of the doctoral list for the electo rate of Newoastle having completed his task, we have had an .opportunity of inspecting the result of his labours, and fiad'that, according to the list of tho present year, there are 1055 names or entries thereon, against 870 for. the year 1800, or an addition to the number of elec tors for the current year of 185. Of course; this number may be affected, one way or another, ou revision, but, judging of this matter from previous oxperienoe, wo nre of opinion that the number of objections, or of subsequent claims, will not be so numerous as to matorially alter the state of tbo list from what it is at present. Hut whilo on this subject, wo desiro to draw at t«nti- n to a Rorious defect in the getting up of this list, which is calculated to mislead us as to numbers, and unnecessarily complicates tho mat tor for all practical purposes. We allude to the duplicate entries to be found in it,|of one and the same name, with ...

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TO THE MEMBER FOR THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 February 1861

TO THE MRMBBR FOR TUB CITY. (Per favour of the Newcastle Chronicle.) hi a— While measures of such importance asilie land bill, the crown lands, andtliurch and school land alienation bills' are passing through their various stages in the house, may I presume to enquire under what circumstances your ; name has appeared su seldom ill the division lists, mote ' especially on the occasion when the most important claust (the thirteenth of the old bill) wns under discussion, since, at the election, you professed yourself a ' free selector' of the first water, and to that, and that alone, your election may he attributed. — I am, &c, A DISAPPOINTED ELECTOR.

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 February 1861

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The, council met on Monday evening, pursuant to ad. journiient. Present — Mis worship the Mayor, ?aldermen BoltoJi. Buxton, Fleming, Kemp, Pratten, and Ross. The minutes of the previous meeting having been rend and con firmel/flie following correspondence was read : — LerTer from Mr. W. Briggs, as agent for Mr. Henry Dangar, complaining that injury had been done to his pro perty situate near the Market wharf, and known as the Market Wharf Inn, by the alterations made by the council on Hunter-street, and rcquestins cumuentsation for the same. With regard to the subject matter of this communication some discussion arose, and it was at length proposed by alderman Bolton, seconded by alderman Fleming—' That the mayorpe instructed to resist any action by Mr. Dangar for any 'fury alleged to be done to the Market Wharf The Mayor then intimated that he had made the required declaration before Helentis Scott, Esq., P.M. The Mayor then stated the amount of revenue received,...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 February 1861

. f V ? To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. biii-riMJine tune ago, 1 read, with groat pleasure, that tho fricudlof lieutenant Scaver intended tu express— in a - more tanpBle manner than mere words— their sympathy : fur the treatment he met, insulting to his character, both/ as a gentleman and magistrate ; but it appears this proper ; feeling has lapsed, for wlmt reason it|is difficult to explain. : Would it not be better for his friends to call a public meet ing .' The public, on the whole, like justice, and trill not, I j am sure, permit thnt insult should be added tu injury, by ? no further notice being taken .of such party ferl'mgt.--' Yours, &c, . '*'?£?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 February 1861

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. . ; Headaches, Bile, Loss of Appetite, & Lowne&JofSp h These l'ills require no interruption of businets «] ?;. sure, they act mildly on the bowels, strengthen the tUa : and promote a healthy action of the liver, wherebjH r purify the blood, cleanse the skin, brace tho nene^i invigorate the whole system. Tliey effect a truly n '/; ful change in debilitated constitutions, as they a i' healthy appetite, correct imligcstisn, remove bile, 0 ness, headaches, and palpitation of the heart. Weakness and Debility. (. '.,,,' In cases of debility, Inugour, and nervousness few by excess of any kimt, whether mental or physical pll'ect of these Pillsis m the highest degree bracing,! ? vnting, and restorative. They drive from the sytttn ) morbid cause of disease ; reestablish the digestion, rep - all the secretionu, brace (lie nervous system, raise tkj ? cut's spirits, and bring back the frame to its pristine ke : and vigour. They increase the appetite, while they ...

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ANNUAL RETURN showing the condition as regards education, manufactures, products, and crime, of the police district of Newcastle, for the year 1860. SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 February 1861

Annual Return showing tlio coiuliiion as regards ' education, manufactures, products, and crime, of the polico district of Newcastle, for the year 18(30. SCHOOLS. Name of Parish, Newcastle; schoolmaster, Martin Can. nmij, scholars— male 42, female 30, total 78; religion, R. Catholic ; instruction, monitorial. N.ine of Parish, Glebe ; schoolmaster Edward Walker' RchoolVktress Mary Ann Walker ; scholars— males 51, femole*|fl0, total 101 ; religion, C. of England ; instruction, monitorial. Name of Parish, Pit Town j schoolmaster Matthew Wil. lis, schoolmistress Marv Willis ; males 74, females 67, total 141 ; religion, mixed ; instruction, National school. Name of Parish, Waratah; schoolmistress, Mary1 If. Kent ; males 34, females 37, total 71 ; religion, mixed ; in. struction, National school. Name of Parish, Newcastle ; schoolmaster, John Robin, son ; males 90, females 61, total, 151 ; religion, C. of Eng land; instruction, monitorial. PRODUCTS AND MANUFACTORIES. Mills for grinding an...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 February 1861

r. Hi Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. u «\V C ' li«» «een --t l0 accuse me m piumi l'M.teauM I made reference to report, with winch *«SrTto be familiar, although, if I mistake **. *M- ™.,li- some slight reference to some such «ep™£ His remarkable tout abstinence I**!. «. ' I e»n appeal to those who have known \2Kfc mo' in^natelr, for proof of the un *l»l|l*f ™nv such reports.' Now, no one knows W^VC,' that it is utterly impossible for ('jrfhiifricndJto prove the ' untruthfiilness' of [£lnce that may have been witnessed by others m?P%n.c.eJ.!?:-,LnM. Then, of what serrice can *'. 'Kedtaio him ? I a.n acquainted with many is. &'£„», others free thinkers-of whom even report «k ; KS they have been seen drunk since they fa BrSEorT Ho* is this? They have been con.. rill : LKtalleBi they have never tampered with the de er :*f? m « \V C.' had been like these, or had he M il » hii first pledge, I should have had no occasion ?or ?^Vnwymous attack,' nor should I have had nd. 1. ™'rt...

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AGGREGATE MEETING OF THE COLLIERS OF THE HUNTER RIVER DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 February 1861

AGGREGATE MEETING OF THE COLLIERS OF THE HUNTER RIVER DISTRICT. : An. aggregate meeting of the colliers of the dis trict waa held ou Thursday last, and was origi nally intended to bo held on the flats, near St. John's Church, Macquarie-road, but, in conse / quenoe of a heavy thunderstorm coming on about tho period fixed for the meetirjg, it was adjourned ? from that place to the Princess Theatre. Just before the arrival of the morning's train from Maitland, a large concourse of colliers, from the immediate neighbourhood, marched into town iD procossion, preceded by the miners' band, fur the purpose of receiving, at the railway station, the men to arrive, per train, from the Wallsend and Minmi collieries. As the storm was then raging, it was at one time contemplated to postpone tho meeting till a late hour, in hopes that, by that time, the storm would have abated. At length however, it was determined, if the theatre could be procured, to bold the meeting uudcr cover, and Mr. Maguey b...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 February 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. * 7 To the Editor of tlie Newcastle Chronicle. ! Sir— Some time ago, there appeared two letters in the Cftronicle, written by deists. 1 felt almost inclined to pass a few comments on them at the time. As an infidel has at tacked my letter, I feel, conscientiously, hound to reply, so it may not be inappropriate to take a cursory notice of fheAc letters now, as a preliminary to my reply. Perhaps the writers tire those persons who, I hear, disseminate per nicious literature. One writer seems very punctilious about the appellation of Mr. Paine. Speaking of Mr. Cann cen suring Mr. 1 timer, he says :— ' But is it not curious that ' Thomas Cann,' whilst censuring Mr. Turner, should fall into exactly the same kind of error. I think the solemn duly of reproving; his minister ought so far to influence his thoughts and actions as to cause him to write somewhat differently about that much abused patriot (?) Thomas Paine. Why did he so contemptuously, irreverently, anil vulgarly,...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 February 1861

To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sin — Your correspondent of last week having, under tho specious signature of ' Plain Fact,' endeavoured to fuist upon the public some of the most. ' distorted fictions' ever invented, lias placed me under tho disagreeable neces sity of coming forward in print. The ostensible object of the writer is to find fault with your report of my case, as tried at the late district court, but the real covert and ill concealed purpose is to prejudice thu public mind in all that relates to the real merits uf that appeal. How tho man, who could be guilty of such mendacious statements, could hold up his bend in tlie society of those who know and (leipise their falsehood, is marvellous in the extreme. If, indeed, the ability of the writer were at all commeniurate with his spleen, I might possibly find myself in a much worse predicament than I shall ever bo placed in by such bungling and ill-directed attempts as that of-' Plain Fact's.' You will doubtless ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 February 1861

(£rport af Curtl. Wkkk r.NiiiNu Fkmiuahy 1/5, 1861 :— A. A. Company. — Sydney, -M) tons s Melbourne, 638 tons ; New Zealand, 2u'O tons ; foreign ports, 10li8 tons ; steamers, 90 tons. Total. 208(i tons. C. and C. Company. — Sydney, 487 tons; Adelaide, 494 tons ; steamers, 201 tons. Total, 1272 tons. TEETH. TEETH. TEETH. JLACHAUMB, Surgeon Dentist, of West ? Maitlnnd, begs to inform die inhabitants of Newcastle, and surrounding djrtWcts, that he lias i .secured private apartments aj^MivJfl'LY's, Smith's I Buildings, Wntt-streelf^wfl'nstlpf'where he will be / in attendance nextM©tyl)A/f, and TUESDAY, ^1 4th and 5th Marrflpftnd ftrtufghtly. Artificial teethprom^fiie la a/fcnjhplete set, guar ranteed a perfect fiy rt'stdriifa/'musticution, pro nounciation, and bulimy. \Ls Teeth stopped jwtfh gold, silver, or piatina paste, restoring the w«r£ tooth to a sound lone. Elixir, for tho instantaneous cure of Toothache, always on hand at Mr. Lilly's, 2s. 6d. per bottle. .1. LACHAUMK, Surgeon De...

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